Laid-Down cost

The laid-down cost is the total cost of a product shipped from different supply sources to a customer’s point of use. This includes:

  • the product cost,
  • transportation cost,
  • any other associated costs.

The laid-down cost is useful in comparing the total cost of a product from different suppliers. It can help you determine which supplier offers the best overall value.

When evaluating logistics providers, it’s important to consider the laid-down cost of their services. This will give you a true understanding of the total cost of using their services. Make sure to compare apples to apples when doing your comparisons. That way, you can be confident you’re making the best decision for your business.

Related Links

laid-down cost – Demand Solutions
Laid-Down Cost Definition – Operations & Supply Chain Dictionary
Industry Terminology
L – The Logistics & Supply Chain Management Society
Letter of credit, Logistics Management, Last In First Out(LIFO)

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